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Quarantined Exercises By Body Part

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I've done so much thinking, filming, and creating for online training programs the past couple of weeks, that I wanted to share something that might be helpful for everyone. – – Messages are being sent to me from people of all different fitness ability levels asking, "How can I target "x" body part with no equipment?" – – Since naming and demonstrating one exercise per muscle group isn't going to help all of you (it'll be too easy for some, too hard for others): – – Here's a progression of some movements, broken down by body part, you can use if you're able to use the few following budget friendly items: – – 1. A backpack filled with anything that adds weight (books, rocks, etc.) or a bag of sand or pellets. 2. Water jugs. 3. A slick floor like a standard kitchen.  4. Towel.  5. Broomstick. 6. Books. 7. Couch. – – > 3 clips are shown in each video. > The least challenging exercise of each clip is first, and the most difficult is last. > Don't limit yourself to the ideas in this post. > There are a countless number of variations I didn't include. You can make these a lot easier, harder, or pick new exercises completely. > I only included a couple movements of some major muscle groups that I believe will help the majority of the population. – – – ****Even this is just the very tip of the iceberg. – – If you're interested in customized online coaching, according to your specific goals and equipment you have available, feel free to send an email to rivelli.justin@gmail.com titled "Private Coaching". – – #Quarantined #COVID-19 #bodybuilding #quarentinedworkout #strengthtraining #weightloss #athomeworkout #bodyweighttraining #fitness #onlinetrainer #onlinecoach #trainer #trainingprogram

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I’ve done so much thinking, filming, and creating for online training programs the past couple of weeks, that I wanted to share something that might be helpful for everyone.  

Messages are being sent to me from people of all different fitness ability levels asking, “How can I target “x” body part with no equipment?”

Since naming and demonstrating one exercise per muscle group isn’t going to help all of you (it’ll be too easy for some, too hard for others):

Here’s a progression of some movements, broken down by body part, you can use if you’re able to use the few following budget friendly items: 

1. A backpack filled with anything that adds weight (books, rocks, etc.) or a bag of sand or pellets.

2. Water jugs.

3. A slick floor like a standard kitchen. 

4. Towel. 

5. Broomstick.

6. Books.

7. Couch.  

> 3 clips are shown in each video. 

> The least challenging exercise of each clip is first, and the most difficult is last. 

> Don’t limit yourself to the ideas in this post. 

> There are a countless number of variations I didn’t include. You can make these a lot easier, harder, or pick new exercises completely.  

> I only included a couple movements of some major muscle groups that I believe will help the majority of the population. 

****Even this is just the very tip of the iceberg.  

If you’re interested in customized online coaching, according to your specific goals and equipment you have available, feel free to send an email to rivelli.justin@gmail.com titled “Private Coaching”. 

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